War against Syria: Fictive chemical evidence and the lies of John Kerry.
The Russian government in Moscow has yet again denied the claims by several Western governments that the Syrian government in Damascus is to blame for the use of chemical weapons. Further, the subtly tone by Moscow seems to suggest that the alleged evidence, mentioned by the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and other officials in the West, is worth nothing.
The Russian administration has clearly turned down the recent accusations by Washington against the Syrian government. Moscow has rejected the U.S. claims that Damascus is to blame for the use of chemical weapons against Syrian civilians and the US-backed terrorist groups on Syrian soil.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, have discussed the increasing aggravation of the situation in regards of a possible war against Syria in a telephone conversation, which has been requested by Washington.
The official statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry in Moscow says that the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has underlined his assessments that the Syrian government is to blame for the possible use of chemical weapons. However, even the statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry includes the words like “as he claimed.” Further, the information in the hands of John Kerry are allegedly provided by trustworthy sources, but only in the case if one assumes the videos on YouTube as trustworthy.
In addition, the U.S. administration in Washington has so far not presented any trustworthy evidence. Same applies for the governments in the UK, France, and Germany. Also Barack Obama seems currently not convinced to go to war against Syria. However, he probably has not much to say.
In the telephone conversation with the U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has presented the arguments of Moscow to Washington. Lavrov called on John Kerry to have a meaningful and profound exchange of information on the cases of the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria and not to be too hasty with the tones of war.
Meanwhile, the U.S. administration in Washington said Tuesday that there is no question anymore whether or not chemical weapons were used in Syria in the last week (e.g. in Jobar, near Damascus) and that Washington has already moved beyond such a question.
Further, the statements by the administration of US President Barack Obama said that it is also clear who has used chemical weapons in Syria and that the United States is currently working with other nations to find an appropriate response. However, the U.S. administration just works with the usual proxy states and so-called allies, but not with Russia, Iran or China in order to find a so-called “appropriate response” to the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in e.g. Jobar (suburb of Damascus) last week.
The White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said (some would say, he lied) in a briefing yesterday that there “is no doubt here that chemical weapons were used on a massive scale on August 21st outside Damascus” and that “for anyone who approaches this logically, that the Syrian regime is responsible… and there must be a response.”
Ah, really? Under consideration of the video recordings by the team of ANNA-news from the same day in Jobar (suburb of Damascus),it seems more logical to assume that no chemical weapons have been used there on this day. However, Washington watched other clips on YouTube.
The White House Press Secretary Jay Carney went on and stated at this briefing yesterday that also other Western states came to this conclusion in terms of the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government near Damascus last week. Of course, the other usual nations came to the same conclusion. These governments in the UK, France and Germany also had the same conclusion as Washington, Donald Rumsfeld and Hillary Clinton in terms of the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. There is nothing more to say about such a conclusion by the “Western community of values”.
However, although there are many opponents of a war of aggression against Syria (by the way, violates international law) and although there is no real trustworthy evidence for the use of chemical weapons by the units of the Syrian Army, the machinations of war by the West seem unstoppable. France and Britain, as well as the leaders in Washington and Tel Aviv, are already prepared to launch airstrikes on targets in Syria and such airstrikes also include attacks on units of the Syrian Army.
Cyprus is a wilfully slave and serves as hub for the war planes that will kill Syrian soldiers but also many Syrian civilians. Any attack on Syria will neither resolve the conflict nor decrease the bloodshed in the Arab nation. That is a logical conclusion, isn’t it?
Anybody else, who says something different, such as Tony Blair or the current warmongers in Britain, France, Germany and the United States, is to put into questions – in terms of his accountability and the credibility of his statements. At least, under the considerations of the so successful wars of liberation in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya.